Jordan Becker is an actor, dancer, singer, and writer. On stage he has performed in principal roles of Thoroughly Modern Millie, Meet Me in St. Louis, Once Upon A Mattress, Guys and Dolls, and The Miracle Worker.
In film, Jordan played the leading role in award-winning director Edgar Michael Bravo’s A Young Man’s Future, and won Best Actor at the Playhouse West 72-Hour Film Festival for his role in a horror film he co-produced. He currently has two films of his own in production.
Prior to his acting career, Jordan was a top-ranked competitive ballroom dancer, winning two U.S. National Championships and placing in the finals of the British National Under 21 Championship while dancing for England, only the second American to do so after Derek Hough.
[title of show] in particular has been a dream of Jordan’s since first introduced to the music in high school, and he thanks Clint and everyone involved for making it a thrilling reality. Jordan credits all he has to his mother, writer and icon Suzanna Quintana, and can’t wait to buy her a beach house.
Find out more about Jordan at www.jordan-becker.com.